Financial Incentives for Radon Mitigation: Logical Next Steps for a Priority Indoor Air Pollutant

CELA – CELA and others have long held that the logical next for the National Radon Program is helping Canadians pay for mitigation. Their advocacy has focused on either a tax credit or a grant.

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Health Canada Sets New Guideline for Lead in Drinking Water

Newswire – Health Canada, in collaboration with the provinces, territories and other federal departments, has updated the drinking water guideline to reduce the maximum acceptable concentration from 0.01 mg/L, set in 1992, to 0.005 mg/L.

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NTP Monograph on The Systematic Review of Occupational Exposure to Cancer Chemotherapy Agents and Adverse Health Outcomes

National Toxicology Program – This monograph includes the systematic review of the published studies of occupational exposure to cancer chemotherapy agents and adverse health effects in humans and summarizes the prevalence and levels of cancer chemotherapy agents detected in the workplace.

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